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Aurora Now April 6, 2022

Changes are coming to the Aurora Police Department after the City Manager terminates Chief Vanessa Wilson. We’ll have that story, plus the second in a series of gun buyback events takes place April 9th in Aurora; the city announces how more than $65 million dollars in American Rescue Plan dollars will be spent here; in-person services at the Aurora Municipal Center have expanded; find out how to win a free, water-wise yard courtesy of Aurora Water’s DreamScape contest and the Aurora Animal Shelter is looking for foster pet parents. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson Let Go

Gun Buyback Event Taking Place in Aurora

Council Member Zvonek Talks about the Aurora Action Plan

Council Member Medina Discusses Youth Violence Intervention and Prevention

Aurora Announces How $65.4 Million in American Relief Dollars Will Be Spent

Proposal to Eliminate City Sales Tax on Diapers Passes First Reading

Aurora Water and City to Consider a Non-Funcational Turf Ban

Take the Pledge to Save Water and Win!

Aurora Water's DreamScape Contest is Back

Aurora Municipal Center Expands In-Person Services

COVID Vaccination Clinic at the AMC Closes, Mobile Clinics at Moorhead and Central Rec

COVID Testing Site Continues at the Aurora Center for Active Adults

Residents Encouraged to Weigh In at Final Open House for 13th Avenue Mobility Improvements

Online Registration Now Available for Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items at City Council Meetings

PSA #1:  Aurora Police Department's Second Language Program

PSA #2:  Take the Pledge to Save Water and Win!

Aurora Animal Shelter Looking for Foster Pet Parents

Special Olympics' Polar Plunge Takes Place at the Aurora Reservoir

Rapids Players Surprise Students at Crawford Elementary

Young Aurora Golfers Compete Nationally at Augusta Competition

"Lindita's Kitchen" Features Mexican Beef Stew

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